Adam, sorry no one responded to you earlier. Sometimes that happens. I’m not near or would have happily offered some help. What I can offer you is a bit of advice. Take this that has happened and turn it into a learning experience. I’m going on a presumption you’re new to inspecting. This is not in any way or form critizing okay. Every single person here had to start and learn the same lessons. Going forward, get all your ducks in a row as they say. If you’re not licensed to do mold, think about becoming licensed to do it. If not, network with others that are and are willing to work with you when situations as these arise. There will be more. And most times the determining factor in sealing the deal isn’t so much whether you offer the service yourself but rather, can you provide someone that will and will make you stand out as a go to person. Also, seconds count in this business. I’ve missed a call and less than 5 minutes later called back to find out they’ve hired another inspector. It’s the nature of this business. I don’t provide certain services but have through the years developed relationships with those that do. And it all serves to compliment one another. Again this is just a bit of friendly advice from someone who although still learning from others, has been around for some time. Good luck to you and if you need any advice or anything else I am able to help you with just drop me a line.